Powerful Deputy President William Ruto's UDA loyalist, Soy Member of Parliament Hon Caleb Kositany has today experienced a dark Saturday as disturbing details have emerged that his campaign vehicle has gone up in flames while heading for rally.
As per the video that's making rounds on social media, the vehicle is observed burning down helplessly as people watched from the sidelines without any trials to extinguish the fire. Campaign loud-speakers that were connected on top of the vehicle were also burnt down.
According to a popular blogger and online sensation, Gerald Bitok, the raging fires erupted after the vehicle developed some electrical failures. As the actual cause of the fire remain to be puzzle to many people especially his supporters, Kenyans have flocked in social media to express their concerns over the incident.
A section of them (Kenyans) have consoled the fierce UDA legislature as others launch political speculations as shown below:
Watch the video here:
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